‘Mob rule’ Labour vows to ‘carry on protesting’ Grenfell to put Jeremy Corbyn in power

18 Jun

“As Jeremy told the Parliamentary Labour Party on Tuesday, we’re a government in waiting – our main priority is to campaign around the issues that really matter to ordinary people,” he said.

Tory Andrew Bridgen said Labour appeared to be trying to gain power through “mob rule”, adding: “While the embers at Grenfell were still smouldering, Corbyn didn’t waste any time in trying to make political capital out of the tragedy.

“There’s nowhere this man won’t stoop to achieve his Marxist aims, fuelled by his self-delusion of electoral success. Make no mistake, Labour are seeking a socialist revolution.”

And Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said that John McDonnell’s call for a mass march showed Labour could not accept the result of the election.

He said: “This is the hard Left in action. We have just had an election and the result should be respected by all sides.” 

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